By Roy Steven Eriga
College basketball fans are buzzing with excitement over the La Salle versus San Beda exhibition game Saturday, 12 noon at the Smart Araneta Coliseum. The dream match, dubbed “Champions for a Cause,” is a charity event for Supertyphoon “Yolanda” survivors.
By Daryl Baybado
The entire Thomasian community lived its three core values—competence, commitment and compassion—when it extended its hands to areas affected by Supertyphoon “Yolanda” in the Visayas.
By Eriko Dela Cruz
Anonymity can be a powerful weapon. It gives confidence to do things that you wouldn’t be able to do when your name is on the line. In a world where reputation is big, everyone is cautious of the things they say or do. What if there is an avenue where you can say whatever you want, without anyone knowing who you are? Enter the “Secret Files” revolution.
People are into the ’90s trends lately, from the hairstyle and the plaids to the punk looks. Though extreme punk may not be for everyone, we’ve come up with some getups inspired by the decade using graphic street art tees, military prints, plaids and classic pieces for you to add to your holiday looks.
By Ronan Capili
Even the rain can’t stop these people from showing off their style. Discover their magic tricks for dressing up.
The Philippines achieved a milestone by winning two bronze medals in the 7th Cheerleading World Championships on Nov. 26 at the Impact Arena in Bangkok, Thailand.
By Jennifer Anne Pascua
Filipinos will always make an effort to help those in need. My schoolmates at Far Eastern University (FEU) wanted to do something for Supertyphoon “Yolanda” survivors, but we wanted it to be fun, and with the participation of the entire academic community.
By Roy Steven Eriga
It’s official—two champion schools will play against each other and revive an age-old rivalry that dates back to their NCAA days. The De La Salle Green Archers and the San Beda Red Lions face off in a benefit game for survivors of Supertyphoon “Yolanda.”
By Eriko de la Cruz
The National Medical Admission Test (NMAT) was held at the University of Santo Tomas campus on Nov. 24. This is the first step for those who want to pursue a career in medicine. This is the standard entrance examination for medical schools all around the Philippines.
By Krista Rodriguez
Much has been said about marketing and its importance in Friday’s undeniably consumerist world. Beyond being about advertising and going after the quick buck, marketing is essentially about exchanges and interactions between people, involving products, services and ideas.
Originally known for graphic tees, Zoo York has broadened its streetwear collection by introducing accessories like watches, from military and sporty to classy and sophisticated looks, to match anyone’s personality. A student-friendly price range also makes upgrading one’s wardrobe a little more exciting.